Thanks Voodoo Dolls, Hood to Coast Team. We raised $12,000 for cancer research!!
Now available on our webstore! Voodoo Doughnut Recordings 8th single release featuring The Gnash, Vodka Wilson Overdrive & Bergerette. Voodoo Doughnut Recordings’ Scuzz Rock Split features a double dose of doughnut-related sweaty, male garage punk from The Gnash and Vodka Wilson Overdrive. The Gnash’s number, “She Took My Doughnut (And Left Me the Hole)” features cock rock veteran and Portlandia cast member Jedediah Aaker on vocals. “Gonuts for Doughnuts” by Vodka Wilson Overdrive features the edgy vocals of legendary punker Steve Wilson along with the guitar licks by Eric “Vegetable” Olson of Poison Idea. To balance out the gender equation, the two testosterone-fueled tracks are sandwiched between short opening and closing cuts by Bergerette: a trio of foxy ladies (led by writer and exotic dancer Viva Las Vegas!) who sing medieval and Renaissance French sex pop. Scuzz it up!
Introducing the Civic doughnut, exclusively sold at our Eugene location. We will be selling this until late December and part of the proceeds will go towards restoring this historic stadium!! It’s one of ten entries on the Historic Preservation League of Oregon’s Most Endangered Places in Oregon, 2011 list. Filled with Marionberry jelly, dusted with powdered sugar and red sprinkle baseball stripes. Yum City!
Patrishaa’s new upstairs tenants Cat Daddy & Tres inspire the
“Voodoo Lullaby”. Velveeta (Patrishaa’s twin sister) flexes her musical
Voodoo Doughnut Commercial for West Coast Wrestling Connection (WCWC) on local channel 49 Saturday nights! Portland!!
Voodoo Doughnut Recordings Presents….
Now available!! On Side A of this Americana-themed split single, National Yodeling Champion Larry Wilder directs his Appalachian yowl toward the lore surrounding Portland’s original Voodoo Doughnut store.
In a pun-filled ballad reminiscent of both “Weird Al” Yankovic and Jimmie Rogers, Wilder spins a tale of true romance and double entendre interspersed with his signature yodel. On Side B, Portland’s beloved Dickel Brothers reunite for a doughnut song of their own. For “Mama’s Sweet Rounds,” the Dickels recorded fiddle, guitar, banjo, mandolin, double bass and vocal parts all at once. The result is rich, holistic and mysterious, as if the song was recorded into a tin can in the 1930s…yet it is just as full of sly references to libidinous practices as the yodel number.
Voodoo Doughnut Recordings will be releasing a new single every month this year, so stay tuned for more….